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FTSE Wednesday Close

Index Value Change %
UK Stock Index FTSE 100 6773.4 -34.31 -0.50%
UK Stock Index FTSE 250 15629.8 -57.18 -0.36%
UK Stock Index FTSE All Share 3609.4 -16.99 -0.47%
Dow Jones 16880.36 -31.75 -0.19%
Nikkei 15646.23 +28.16 +0.18%
Hang Seng 24732.21 +91.68 +0.37%

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Wednesday Close. Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes.

FTSE 100 Risers & Fallers

Top FTSE 100 Risers

Barclays 228.4 4.24%
Travis Perkins 1689 2.67%
Royal Bank of Scotland Group 362.9 2.51%
Capita 1235 1.65%
Reckitt Benckiser Group 5295 1.44%

Top FTSE 100 Fallers

Antofagasta 816 -4.56%
GKN 351.3 -4.02%
Sainsbury (J) 313.8 -2.94%
Compass Group 983 -2.48%
BHP Billiton 2048 -2.29%

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Market News

US Close: Stocks mixed after Fed talks up economy 30 Jul 2014 | 20:45
US stocks finished Wednesday's session in mixed form after the Federal Reserve talked up the US economy, but signalled that interest rates were unlikely to move before next summer.

Lloyds reportedly facing probe on rate rigging 30 Jul 2014 | 17:40
Lloyds Banking Group is reportedly facing a probe by UK regulators into the manipulation of benchmark rates.

Europe close: Stocks little changed as investors weigh data 30 Jul 2014 | 16:59
European stocks were moderately lower following the release of a slate of economic data ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy decision.

London close: FTSE in red as energy stocks weakened by sanctions 30 Jul 2014 | 16:59
London's blue chips ended Wednesday's session firmly in the red, with the sharpest decline seen around the opening of US markets, which saw the Dow Jones fall thanks to energy stocks, which were weighed down by concerns about the sanctions that were imposed on Russia.

Market overview: FTSE closes down 34 points at 6,773 30 Jul 2014 | 16:49
1630: Close London's blue chips ended today's session firmly in the red, with the sharpest decline occurring around the opening of US markets, which saw the Dow Jones fall thanks to energy stocks, which were weighed down by concerns about the sanctions that were imposed on Russia. Eurozone economic confidence rose more than expected in July. The sentiment index climbed to 102.2 from 102.1 in June, beating analysts' estimates for the reading to fall to 101.9. Another euro-area report showed German inflation rose 0.8%, on an annualised basis, in July, as expected, easing back from 1% in June. The FTSE 100 closed down 34.31 points at 6,773.44.

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